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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that is to say, Sandy, Pan] and Gtrtford, Hamletend, Blunham, Moggerhangor, Cople, Witl- Lee( orth lington. Elstow, Cardington, the Itastcotte, Fenlake, Harrow- Way ixthi den, Cotton-end, 01dwarden, Willingtoni, Great Barford, pan! Lrth, Renhold, Northill, Goldington, Bedford, Saint Leonards, Saint Line Subscribers-only content

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    lWood End, Church Etid, West D Egnd, Silver End Cardinston, Cardington Cotton End, Car- c dington Cross HIarnowden, E.ast Cotts, Fenlake, Cople, b 3Eilstow, YKempstou. Wiliington, Saint Malry and Saint Hlelens f Elstow, Bedford St. Leonards, Saint Johns, Saint Marys, Subscribers-only content

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    Ef nd, Church Eid, West cmt Bnd, Silver Eind Cardington, Cardingion Cottoss Etid, Car- No diegtou Cross Ihirroevden, East Cotts, Fenlake, Cople, cot ow, 3;emvston, W~ihlington, Saint Ma~ry and Saint Helens hot Elatew Bedford Si, Leossarde, Saint Johns, Saint Marys, Subscribers-only content

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    Cambridge; Wrestlingvorthi, Eyworth, Daotos, Sutton, Biggleswvade, Northill, Lower Caldecote, Upper Cal- decote, Ickwell, Old Warden, Willington, Cople, Cardington, Harrow- den, Fenlake, Elstow, St. John's Beiford, and St. Mary's Bedford, in tiae county of Bedford, and terminating in the parish of Subscribers-only content

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    . BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. BELGRAVE.-May 2, at Byde, the wile of Capt. BelztAe, X8M.S- . Rdra, of a daughter. I e e Li DJ VAS.-May2,at Dolwlohcommon, the ifeof C.F. De Eq., of a ion. t y . Subscribers-only content

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    ten lots for 2,935t. The reversionafy interest to one-sixth of a freehold estate consisting of 13 acres of land at Fenlake, Beds, to be sold in eight years hence-130l. Four leasehold houses, Nos. 10 to 13, New Hampstead- . road, Subscribers-only content

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    four o'clock, a fire_broke out in a hay stack, on a farm belonging to Mr. Isitt, situate between Bedford and Fenlake. It was discovered by a carrier who was going towards London. The flames had not gained much way, so Subscribers-only content

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    stated that on Saturday, March 11, be was driving home horn Bedford in his borse aud trap. While going through Fenlake he saw a motor car coming iv the opposite direction. It was travelling at a great speed, lid be Subscribers-only content

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    Flitwick, Maulden, Ampthill, Millbrook, Houghton, Houghton Conquest, Wilahampstead, Elstow, Cardington, Caddington, Great Faldo, East Cotts, Westonning, Cotton End, Greenfield, Harrowden, Fenlake, Ware Hedges, Mon- tague Wood, How End, Chapel End, Kempston. Kempston H ardwick, Houghton Tbickthorne, Wootton, Saint John Bedford, Subscribers-only content

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    Flitwick, Maulden, Ampthill, Millbrook, Houghton Houghton Conquest, Wilsbampstead, Elstow, Cardington' Caddington, Great Faldo, East Cotts, Westonning, Cotton End, Greenfield, Harrowden, Fenlake, Ware Hedges, Mon- tague Wood, How End, Chapel End, Kempston. Kempston Hardwick, Houghton Thickthorne. Wootton, Saint John Bedford, Saint Subscribers-only content

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    Swanwick, Thomas. Esq., M.D. Macclesfield. Trapp, 8.-Djamiu, Esq., Banker, Alderman of Bedford. Trapp, Thomas, Esq., Banker, Bedford, and the Barns, Fenlake. Thorpe, Robert, Esq., Bedford. Walker. Jobn, Esq., Stand, near Manchester, Director of tbe We?t London Railway. Waller, Major James, Subscribers-only content

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    Haynes, West End, North- wood End, Warden, otherwise Old Warden, Hill, Willshamstuad, otherwise Wilshampstead, Carding- ton, Eastcorts. Harrowden, Cotton En.!, Fenlake, Elstow, Kempston, Saint Mary, Bedford, Saint John, Bedford, Saint Paul, Bedford, Saint Peter, otherwise Saint Peter Martin, Bedford, Saint Subscribers-only content

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    Haynes, West End, North- wood End, Warden, otherwise Old Warden, Hill, Willshanistead, otherwise Wilshampstead, Carding- ton, Eastcotts, Harrowden, Cotton End, Fenlake, Elstow, Kempston, Saint Mary, Bedford, Saint John, Bedford, Saint Paul, Bedford, Saint Peter, otherwise Saint Peter Martin, Bedford, Saint Subscribers-only content

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    Hyde-park Gardens, London. On Tuesday, at St. Peter's church, Pimlico, by tho T.er. Haldane Stewart, Charles Livius Grimshawe, Esq., of Fenlake, Bedfordshire, to Jemima Lucy, daughter of J. W. Boughton Leigh, Esq , of Brownsover Hall, Warwickshire. On the 24th Subscribers-only content

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    wife of the Rev. Jno. Fullagar. On the sth inst., Jemima Lney Boughton, wife of Charles Livius Grimshaw, Esq., of Fenlake, Bedfordshire, and daughter of J. W. Boughton Leigh, Esq., of Brownsover Hall, War- wickshire. Ou the 4th inst., at Subscribers-only content

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    Haynes, West End, North- wood End, Warden, otherwise O'd Warden, Hill, Willshamstead, otherwise Wilshampstead, Carding- ton, Eastcotts, Harrowden, Cotton End, Fenlake, Elstow, Kempston, Snint Mary, Bedford, Saint John, Bedford, Saint Paul, Bedford, Saint Peter, otherwise Saint Peter Martin, Bedford, Saint Subscribers-only content

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    in this county, on the 18th of January last on the person of Tbomas Hickman, a respectable corn-factor, living at Fenlake. Mr. Dasent stated the case for the prosecution to the jury, and called the following witnesses : - Thomas Subscribers-only content

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    UwnUnd^fc* parochial, or other places following, that is to *%'.^% n^°£' Hamlet-end, Blunham, Moggerbanger. Copie, WlUuyton, Elstow, rWin-rtoa the Eastcotts, Fenlake. Harrowden, Cotton-end, Old- warden Wi'llinlton. Great Barford, Renhold, Northill, Goldington Bedford Sa nt Leonards, Saint John and Saint Mary Subscribers-only content

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    or other places following, that is to say, Sandy, Girtford, Hamlet-end, Blunham, Mogger hanger, Copie, Willington, Elstow, Cardington, the Eastcotts, Fenlake, Harrowden, Cotton-end Old- watden, Willington, Great Barford, Renhold, Northill, Goldington, Bedford, Saint Leonards, Saint John and Saint Mary »n Subscribers-only content

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    At St. Peter's Church, Pimlioo, on Tuesday, the 4th inst., by the Rev. Haldane Stewart, Charles Livius Grimshawe, Esq., of Fenlake, Bedfordshire, to Jemima Lucy, daughter of J. W. Boughton Leigh, Esq., of Brownsorer-hall, Warwickshire, and Guilsborough-park, in the county Subscribers-only content

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